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TIES TOPEHA DAILY, STATS JOUIlirAIrTUESDAY EYE2HNG, MAY 21, 1907.
9 1 r All kind y Clmrra ssd . Palxsnc CrosW Bros. ' -Tl ilT-i?1TTl Oxfords We sal Up STYLISH OXFORDS S2.00S2.25S2.50 . .- ..... --". '-,...".. . HIgk-grsuI , in LeJmm-prei OxfarcLsr - Brimful of flask and snap and style- Tke latest short vamp moJcL ; tke lind ttat makes yOOT size loot a size smaller. Oxfords wUcL yon would naturally cLoose. laying aside tie question, of price. Tte very best sLoes it poss 1 to hay at tries prices. Fit ted fey salesmen wKo thoroughly understand ths roeaaxn of tLe word FIT. (son Made of soft nd Hi witfc. patent tips; ckia Cuban kegfa ; medium vrargkt W Ri turner- style; ur Iar ryelirTa lad witi -wrote r-.aaon tics. Prior 8 per pair . . ...... ... C 1 ParHcn!arly saitaale fair serWal wear. vXIOrUS seast vici kit Laced with riibott $2 Mis sses Mauler e 52 weight soles anrf Inroad eomaKm sense keeia. the price. ...... - -. - - .... - G" r I ' As iHaatrated above. Fine vici kid Ohm Tics for 1 D5 OH. X 163 womm they come with riifaaa laces, patent tins. Kizrit weight soles and Cnfian Heels, all j and widths Priced per parr .... .................. ITV TT T. short aped model is vici kid with dull kid sua, medium weight solas aad clever Cuhaa. tieeL fin snugly over tke instep and $2.25 artmni tk feed. Pair1. $2.50 ' Another wanted somebody to shut the windows when it rained at night - ami get more eoTen when ft turned cold suddenly. The last girl interviewed was anxious to marry so she coaid eat onions in peace whenever she wanted them. a The marriage of Mias Patience Be vier. daughter of Mrs. Ida M. Bevier, and Mr. Robert Germain Colev of New York city, will take place early in Jane. Miss Bevier is a teacher of English in. the Topeka high school. Mr. Cote is a newspaper - man. and magmrtne writer. The Music Study club will have an ciffniET-mOTin? Tuesday; May 23, at me no me of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Cram bine. The club will have its annual picnic at Mrs. Campbell's home in Highland Park. Jane 4. The Topeka Avenue ' Five Hundred club will give a dinner followed - by cards Saturday night at the National. A reception was given last night at the Central Y- M. C. A. for the wives of the visiting bankers. In Che receiv ing line were Mrs. EL. W Hoch. Mrs. W. A. Johnston, Mrs. Jonathan Thomas. Mrs. Elon Clark, Mrs. Frank Bonebrakfi. Mrs. E. L. CopeLand, Mrs. Norman Flass, Mrs. L. D. Whittemore; Mrs. H. B. Laura. Mrs. Will Macfer ra.ru, Mrs. George Lerrigo. Mrs. J. R Mulvane, Mrs. John. Norton and Mrs. J. R. Burroir. Miss Mildred Shaw, Miss Bertie Love. Miss Grace Hough tellin and Miss Margaret Johnston as sisted. '-.. v The public is. cordially invited to at tend the graduating recital of Miss Xetiie Marie Pond, pupil ef Mrs. Flor ence Fox Thacher. and Mr. Paul Pierre McXeeiy, pupil of Mr. AXff UiMM h MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS WAITED Good municipal, state, or school bonds, and arse ciaaa kians an. farm; or eity prop- KLXTGHTS INDIES OF SHJtKl'fl. WT. B. rT R hPATPJCK. PresuieiU. WAITED Room-mate for gentleman; muac be a man ef good habits. SIS Top.i. , WAITED Ta buy or rent small cottage, modern. In southwest- M. O . Jaaroal BICTCLES WAN'TED C?sh paid for good second hand bicycles. CROSS, 7th and Jackson. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. r- . slater and wife to A. B. igcott. lots a 23 and tS Bunsn st va.mut LrJTQVe SUO-OIV.. e v-z PflJI . J i . . ... -t J dtr. lot VS and part of ia5 Chaiid- ics jiecsiier-s :a ajii 750 - fKiw to jl. JMtcaeli,. cart j- ana M.ailiSa-st . . 1.3iia ' Kotinjij. i)ts aaj, 30 aad. 3ST Pine ri .-noa s aai , , viiso& and huaba:nd to ML rw Ltieli, iocs 4o. 4T and -iif Grand ae Pleasant View add. Z. CV Englisa to J. J. K&ig. fnts i to ,nif 'irris t.. Enslisn add.. and iota to 35, ine-. ;liirat sr Evans A Ehgiish add." F. A. tiardner and wife to 1 anil j D. Power, iota 2)0 and -ml Pine stI w- -ortim s aid 1 -wft ... uvi an wilt tr yv Jones. Iocs 347. J4S and . 349 Forest . f5-,-. alsa tsart lots ,. 5 and -ji.cnigan. , ave w ainur Park suii- 450 XQ div. Miss Alice Lakin issued inv-imtions today for bridge Friday afternoon and Saturday evening to meet Miss Clarissa Schuyler of Clinton. Ia. Mrs. A. 3. Johr.son gave an infor mal luncneon at me Topeka club to day for Miaa Helen Bodine of Phila delphia. Pa- guest of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Norton, and Mrs. John B. Bar tholomew. Mrs. Eustiee H Brown of Oia-tha, the Tf -w president cf the Kansas Fedeniiog cf Women's- Clubs has appointed Jirn. Charles C. Sholes, aiso ef CHathe, to the cCiee- cf corresponding secretary. Jlr,. Shoies is a member of the Sigoumean and Ladies' F.ea.lii-g clubs of Olathe. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Chamberlain. jionroe street, announce tnes engage ment cf their daughter Minnie to Mr. Harry Brett Wrtght. The wedding will take place in June. Mr. Wright ia a traveling salesman for the Parkhurst Davia. Mercantile company. The Tuesday Bridge club played at the Country club tciiay. . Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Morse will enter tain Inf-jrrnaily at dinner at the Country BUCK, ITCHING SPOTSf FACE Physicians Ca!!ed It Eczsraa fa Worst Form Treated Disease far a Year but Ccuii Net Curs It Patient Became Desponderrt Suffering Prompt'y Allayed and DREADFUL DISEASE CURED BY CUT1CURA " Abcnt forff years ago I was afHcted with, biack spioocfies aj. over my face 1 few envenng my bodv. which prociiced a sever itching imtaiion. aad which caused me a great deal cf annov ar.ee and maXrmg, to such an extent that I was forced to caJ. in two of the tending, phynoaca cf . After a thorough examination of the dreaded ccmpuucE they announced it; to b am scsema. in ita worst form. They treated me for the same for the length, cf cno year, but the treatment did me no Kood. Fiiia.lv I bernm liMnrnamc aaii decided to diaccctinue their ser vices. Shortly afterwards, mv husband fax reading a copy of a weeklv "w Tor pap an advertiaement'of the CuU eura Semeuiea. He purchased the en fcrs eatfit. and after using the contents cf the first beetle ef Cuaeora Resoivenc m cccnecaon with the Cuticura Soa ' -nd Ointment, the breaking out entirety stcppecL. I eonnnued tne use of the Cuacura , Eemedies for six months, and after that every splotch, was entirely Cone and the aJected parts were left aa ciear ms ever. I have not felt a svmp tom of the? eosema since, which was three years ago. The Ccticura Reme dies net omy cured me of that dreadful disease, eczema, but of other complicated troubles aa well, and I have been tha means of athers being cured of the sam cusaae by the Cuticura Remedies, and I dan t heeitai ia saving that Cuticura, Eesoivenc is the best blood medicins) that tne world has ever known. Mrs. Li2e E. Siedge, 541 Joqea at, fieim. A, Oct. 23, IMZJ' . cmo tonignt for Mr. and Mrs. John iticnarisoa of Wichita and Mr. and Mrs. c. t- Uenton. An informal dance at the Country club for Wednesday evening was incor rectly announced in last night's State Journal. The next Country club dance win De tne May party the 23th. mm A woman who has an unusual talent tcr seeing people and tiunes as thev are has observed that the physical cuiturists nave little influence on the figure and carnage of the fashionable woman. "It's curious to see," she says, "how each year we adopt a new style of waik, and the changes are certainly not due uj tne anvances or science. No, it' 3 neither science nor art that decides hosv we are to walk unless it's the science and art of dressing. Did you notice how when we wore tiny one-sided hats and shirt, swinging skirts, we put forth our ton? confined energies and were appar ently always tn a hurry? But now we have ceiiapsed once mere. Under the influence cf the long Empire or Grecian draperies and Japanese shoulders we droop excessively, and sail gently along, our graceful, clinging skirts making short, slew steps positive -necessity. Though our backs have wilted hopeless ly our chins are raised" to show to advantage the poetic hats that droop around the backs of our heads- The new waik la very feminine and appealing, and suggests the idea that we may have another era of stained Rlasa attitudes. The athletic woman was never more ut- j terly out of it. and she will either have I to develop consumptive tendencies or j resign herself to seeing aa the admira tion bestowed on her more fragile sisters." Klingenberg. in the Washburn chapel tnis evening at a: IS o clock. One of the members who was plan ning to attend the B.. T. C. reunion hi St.. Louis next month has sent regrets. The other chaps say She is responsible for it and have started a marrying story. '" Miss Minnie Kuehne has issued in vitations for Wednesday afternoon in compliment to Miss Mary Spangler of San Francisco, Mrs. Frank Andrews of Rossviiie, and Mrs. Elias Anderson, who leaves this week for El Paso, Teaxs. a Miss Sara Marie Stlckney and Miss Ruth Euiei &tickney will entertain m honor of Mis3 -Amy Bruce and Mi Lulu Margaret Dougias Saturday afternoon from 4 to at their home on West Tenth avenue. The degree recital of Mr. Robert T. Btllard, pianist, pupil of Miss Karolyn B. Whittlesey, will be given Saturday evening. May IS. at the Whittlesey studio in the Stormont building. Mr. Herman Springer, baritone; of Kansas City will assist. M. E, .800 to J. C. i Lane 1, 498 to s. and Monroe h.- Hawkenerrv trr vr T xv.il TTr ce . E. 9-KI-M O. fc. Lawson and wife to J. K. Mil- -ut en M. ami iiacnajiaa st. the S.. 3. of the W. of the W. m cue a. w . :;s-Il-la. . 1 T TXT t ; - . . , . ...... .... . x . y-.. rxajn-ijHin ssea wire Bratten. lots 564, Si6 and St., Thre.3p.-3 2d add .". H. Parkifcurst and wite -oveii, iitd 33 Ritchie's ai.i Joanson and wife - tn t t. grund. kts 411 ami 4Ei sWcodward T o 'erJ V. - " on i " , ISO w wait uu Wile EO- A. IT. WaQ lots Jus, -."ft. aad "3b9- West st." Home's 2d add -N. B, Popenoe and haabnd Leaeoberger. ints 242. -2&t 2 go. 282 and 264 Adams st. Highland i . J.. Sutherin t School District Xo"5a . lot 28 Logan stu and I. JST Orleans - St.. ivowi?s' ub-div J.. W. Rose snd wife to Bd. Trust'ees of First Baadst- chureo, lots 2322 and the S. IS. hek 23. Lin coin St.. Quinton Heights' add to E. -Um, 2aft, 9)0 2E WA.VTFT CTTT TTOVS. WAITED Place as housekeeper by el derly German woman, ih suburbs or on farm, tiot Ssward ave., -.Tepeka. WASTED-To buy a good family horse. one for lady to drive and safe for chil dren. Address giving price and age, C. E. care Journal. WASTED A young couple to get married at the earnxval to be held by the North Topeka Civic club during the week of May 27th to June 1st. Now ia your chance. We will furnish, the license, tie. the knot and give the lucky couple a sunTicient number of useful presents to start housekeeping. Call or address R. Evans. 900 3. Kansas ave, H. Topeka. Kiln. -Care F. O. Morns. All communications strictly confidential. WASTED We have a customer who de sires to rent a thoroughly modern & or T room house. Souare Deal Realty Co. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Z choice building lots, West lata at.- adiominjt Xir.-L harles. Ji, anei- don s residence on the west, for f730 cuaa If sold before June 15. 1U(K- J o eiMirt iauuse. Phone 7Sl FOR SALE 3 lots, modern I house, ibara. - Ind. phone room FOR QUICK SALE " - 2 OlKLAYn 111TS. 1125 EACH. have 3 lots in Oakland that I will sell cheaD.v Take aa Oakland car and ask the conductor to let you off at Pennsylvania ave. and Green st. laey are. toe tourxa. fifth and sixtii lots from the corner on the east side of Green nortik ef Pennsyl vania: a new church ia soon to be erectei on the corner; school only 5 blocks; li minutes' wnJk to tile shotts: shade, etc., for quick sale J125 each. WILBUR GAL LOWAY". Owner. Either phone lai- WAiN'TKL "Veal calves ana tax cm. tt. M. Bush. Lad. peon. JA EL. Htm st I w ' r t- lay cement walks for 1240 per foot and guarantee all work. Sefld card to J. 5L Brain. 301 Stephens St. WF nar hiieirt custl ortaes rsr TOtir cast oft cio'thiag. shoes. Data, overcoat. Drop us a card cr call Ind. tel. IL Alw Jocoo- jon. 506 gnas ave. I PAT Bigfcet cash, prices for yenr east off dothfne-. ebaes. hn'a anil overcoat Drop L card or call Ind. tel. liuO. Gordon Bros.. 433 Kansas ave. FOR RETT ROOMS. FOR RENT Cpsrtafrs pleasant furnished room, large closet, w . ata st. FOR REfT One large front room, east frnt; ail modens- conveniences,, wttnln 3 blocks of Copeiartd hotel. Laii Irwi, phone .2U. fist per , month. FOR RENT Modem furrri'shed rooms 308 " W. idz st- Ind. phone 3(3. - ELEGANT room and board in large new modern house, very cheap. Want some one in. the aouse tor company, lias i-iay ;rect. FOR RENT W Topeka: ave.. furnished - room, large, cool and modem;, rent rea sonable. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms on the ground tioor. Apply n lopeaa. ave. FOR RENT Tjjtfurnished modern alcove room, one oioca rrom state aouse. seat location. Address Jounal. FOR RENT t unfurnished modern rooms housekeeomg, near feanta. re omces. Aduits. 221 Harri3oi st. When a girl talks about the kind of a man she wants to marry she rarely says anything about love. If you sug gest that phase of the case to her she will say. "O. yes, of course, as if that were the easiest part of it. . j "Em you think." sighed romantic Mar j jorie to practical, breezy BetHna. "that I you could learn to love a man?" and j Bettlna replied sententious: y, "Bring on pyour man." . t 1 1 Some of the Bethany sorority girls will give an automobile party Wednes day evening followed by supper at the Country ciub. The Ramblers' club which met yes terday with Mrs. Fanny Sutherland, 815 Monroe street, has taken up a praiseworthy work which should en gage general interest and assistance. This is the unrchase. of a tract of land on. the western outskirts of Topeka for a public playground. Mrs. W. A. MeCarter. ' president of the city fed eratioa.and Dr. Eva Harding met with the Ramblers yesterday and ore- i sersted the playground subject with 30 mucit enthusiasm, that the club voted to take up the work and seventy-fire dollars were almost Immediately pUrdged. Tire club members will so licit subscriptions for this purpose and rP' interested may telephone Mrs. O. B. Martin. $25 Jefferson street, or Mrs.- J. H. Stuart. 313 Ftllmore srreeft The proposed site of the play ground is a tract of land at Washburn avar.ue and Sixth street, diaironailv across from, the state hospital grounds. taere is a natural park with fine big trees and grass and the phfa is tt fit it for a free public playground for the boys and girls. The site may be pur chased for f -l!)") and the cost of fitting it up suitably will not be excessive. sm HUMORS EeremAs, Rashes, Itcbinss, Irri tations Cured by Cuticura War baths with Cnticura Scan, n Ee anointings with Cuticura Ointment, and mud doses of Cutieura Puis, afford immeciate relief and point to a speedy sure rf torturing, disfiguring humors of tfcs fan, scalp, and blood of infanta e idi a, and adults, when ail eis faiia. ttr . mwm !!, Bora, Uam. ssr ttZisV Ik . 4b Um Cuusues Bai w nm jia r-nrtuni The wives of the local bankers will . give a musicale tea tomorrow after noon at two-thirty o'clock' at the home of Mrs. John R Mulvane In compli ment to visiting women tn town for tha meeting of the state bankers' as sociation. The programme will be contributed by Miss- May Reddick and Miss Clara Fleishman, vocalists. Mrs. Don Mulvane and Mrs. William Mae frran,. pianists, and Mrs. Carlton G. Whipple, reader. A French sociologist recently ad dressed the question. "Why do yon wish to marry?" to an enormous num ber of single women. In reply he re ceived most of the conventional rea sonsthey sould marry for more lib erty, independence, an improved so cial position, to escape being of-f maids, and sr forth and. so forth. This suggested to a Topeka. philosopher a local "investigation of the subject. One girt said she wanted to marry be cause tt was the rule and she hated to be "different" from other people. An other said she needed somebody to fasten her waists ia the back and couldn't afford a maid. There was one who wanted to get rid of chap erones. Another was eraxy 0 stav at a big hotel tn a dry ail alone and sign, her o-wa .lime on the register. Xotes and Personal Mention. Miss Clarissa Schuyler of Clinton. Ia.. will arrive tomorrow to visit Miss Alice La kin- Mrs. A. A. Rodgers w.s returned from a visit to h,er sister, Mrs. R. SL Black in Ottawa. Mr J. P. Davis. Miss Ethel Davis, Mis3 Ella Davis and Mr. Dana Davis f went to Hiawatha today to attend the funeral of Mr. John Walters, father of Mrs. Byron H. Davis which occurred yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Da- vis have been m Hiawatha for some time. - ' ' - - - - Mr. Walter BTlrgpss' "Ts new ftem-" ber of the Country club. Mrs. J. W. Burt and he children and Miss Scandrett - win go- to Kansas City tomorrow to see Miss Maude I Adams in "Peter Pan" and from there r to Leavenworth to spend a few days. Mrsi Arthur Llngafelt of Chicago is the guest of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. James Brewer. Mrs. Roger Van Hook, who has been seriously til, is convalescent. Mrs.. Louis s-pnnger of New Tort arrived today and is visiting her moth er, Mrs. E. H. Hill, and her sister. Miss Lesley Hill, tn Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. w Uliam Allen vv nite ' of Emporia, will spend the summer la; Europe. i Miss Mildred Swayne of Hermgton and Miss Pearl Zimmerty of w ichlta, who were guests of Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell went home Sunday Kansas City Times: Mrs. J. M. Stevenson of Kansas City left last night for Topeka. where she will join Mrs. George W. Parkhurst. Mrs. Frank Thomas. Miss Berniee Fuller -acid - G. W. Parkhurst. all of that city.,, The party will start in a few days on a con cert tour, which will Include all the larger cities on the Santa.. Fe railroad between Topeka and San- Francisco. The tour has been arranged by tha railroad company, and the entertain ments are all to be given In the Santa Fe free reading rooms in the various cities. Mrs. M. F. Hankla left today for Las "Vegas. N. M, to. visit her niece, Mrs. John Rogers for a few weeks. j Mrs. Elisabeth Taylor, who is vtsit-1 ing her son. Mr. west rentn street, leaves cooay to , Adams. Great Falls. Montana, wbere she wtilt- Mrs. Lucy T; visit Mr. Herman o-esaer. ne .will be accompanied by hr son, Mr. Nat Tay- W ANTED Pesitmn by mdy stenographer experienced. Add. Experienced." Journal. FOR RENT Furnished room near restaur rant, $L0t per week. a29 jac&son St. WASTED JtlUS HELP. WANTED Fifty non-anl'on piasters. All summer's work. Wage iii-e per hour. Write John H. Karte. WU9 Webster gt, Oman. Neb. . ar WANTED Boy to- strip tobacco. Thromp. 9(Ma Kansas ave. H. L. WANTED Me to learrp barber rrde. SQ to 20 weekly paid grailaates. few weeks completes best, torade .ki. existence for poor man, also etxi.p- sh.a on time. Write for cataioa. Muier Barber Colleze. Kaa-T FOR RENT 2 modern furnished front rooms en suite, very desirable, private family. TM W. 3th St. FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, at- so housekeeping rooms. Sit Kansas ave. FOR RENT n Van Bur-n. modern fur nished room witb alenve. board if desired. FOB REST HOUSES. FOR RENT Strictly modern residence, finest location in the city. Ind. phone WANTED 2 broem tiers at cHe Capital Broom factory! eity. -. :. - . . FOR RENT "S Monroe, modern honse T ' momsr fir'cifa ention. inquire Sc aiiieme or 1. anactmger. ua - oux st. WANTED AIl-ound wiiiEe man net afraid - work, one experienced in carpet work preferred, Coweil Bros- &-Rust. TU. W. First st. - W XTEI1 FEMALE HELP. WANTED Girl- to. assia-c' witii hmiseoHr 1254 Polk St. WANTED Middle aged woman. tr- take aharge lunch stand. Vinewoed. Phones adl. i FOIJ BEST-otea E nMm house, com- - pterery nr?.TSWflH yinrrner raoams, wua pieno, p-ifll- roorrii - laiiadry. barn, east froat. sbaie. good garden, competent help tay if desired; .- per mo. Ir renteu ti) desirable parrv. 14TS Harrison St. Bell phone 2334. Jnd. phone XUS 2. WANTED One starcher,.- one. band set ter, one checker, one marker and sorter. Gem Laundry. North Topeka. WANTED Colored nurse girt 32S Harri son st. WANTED White girl for general house work. Mrs. B. F. Fankey. 312 W. Sth st. also go to ' Ann Arbeit, ta attend the graduation of her gn.ri.dson. Mr. Geo. Shelton. - Miss Helen- Hakn ef the State Ag ricultural ' college, was- the guest Sun day of Mrs. Harry Hcbson. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L. AITrire will gT to Atlantic City the first of next month to attend the annual meeting of the . American - Medical associa-tion. They will visit in Jamestown. Phila delphia and Washington before re turning. - . Mrs. A. L. Redden and M-s. Lee Red den Gordon will mover this week to 114 Clay street. FOR RENT ' - Ad-uit aeiy.. room house No burn . 313 W. 12th, GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Wanted, to give away quickly my de sirable modem earner nome. two siuare south CanitoL.-on electric line- j! rooms. bath, vestibules, lot hundred feet on, Har rison, hi on TwelXta. uoom for anotner house); haaaaome combination coanue- liers. 2 beautifut mantels.. S.t hot water beateri double plumbed, city, cistern water, closet- wit.i windowsl. every room; -can. inclisci two. smauler nouses next east and two next south,, making five on six extra long lots, or sed any seoaratelv: all clear: titles perfect: in sured five years; must change climate ac count asthma; come dicker; you own price, and any old terms; cash trade --or monthlv navmenta: no fakers, rubbers. nor asencs. C. L Quick, evenings, 120 Harrison. FOR SALE' OR RENT New S k room house. ceCar. well, 2 lota,- on-jUtime avenue. By the owner,-Dr.' Swift, NOi 83T. Kansas-ave. North" Topeka. Kan.. Z. T. FISHER. REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE S room eettage Va Bnren st close In. to maj quick saie..i.ai. New cottage. 14 lot3, Harrison st.Jl.S0fl. a mfim T.mek ave.. close m. i.2w. rooms Tyler st Vs east front lots. 7 room new modern house Polk, C-QG. room house Taylor st a mwm ivifTaa-. "WrerTi ave.. S room new ctjtta-re Buchanan St.. S2,200. S room modern house Clay st., ;.''. m rruim nw modern house, -close rn. west side. Want to sell this week. rooms, modern, east front, west side. This week. 45 feet, i2,a0- See FISHER. 423 KANSAS AVE. Ind. Phone 14S2. Bell Phone 114. T5-OR SI T.T! TN OAKLAND New 4 rwjm house, ceilar. well, shade. 3 lots, C2B0. Payments. Madison at, 5 rooms, house- tn good re pair 4t leet front, sewer, city water, sewer paid. . Ji.!; i-fitt or cash. -See about these BAILEY" BROS. CO.. 10S E. Seventh St. Ind. 990. BeU 5131. FOR SALE 2 east side cottages, ehsar. fitted with gas. Owner leaving city. Would ra.her aacriice than rent. 43U Lafayette. FOR SALE ! lots and T room house, up-to-date and newly -furnished. Witnout commission ir sold in a. few days. 1214 W. 10th at. or Ed McKeever. Ind. phone 1212 2. GECX , N03LE eCO, PEAL ESTATE. LOANS, INSTXBANCS. Some Special Farms and City Barga '--. SSS KAN. AVE. CPT. PC-TTO TIC FOR SALE House of 4 rooms SS Vv est 1st St. to be moved from premises, la- cc-ire at 424 Chandler St. BALM OF FIGS, a positive cure rot- ad forms of female diseases, susie oatxey, mar.. I22 W. luth at.. Phone !L-t rings. FOR SALE Tie Hadtwra Star grocery. 82S E 13th sc.. ai-w 2 houses on Ei 12ta St. S . fopsieton--. , - LEGAL. CFirst publiahed ln The Topefca State Jour- - REGISTRATION" JTOTfT! - Topeka, Kan.. May loth, htiT " " -t.0" . hereby g"ven ti.t the books for the registration of voters- for the var ious wards of the city of Topeka w'l be closed. Monday. May 20th, at 5 o'eiorvfc P- m., and will remain closed until aftir tne special election for cocgressman far tne First congressional district of Kansas, to ba held on Thursday. May 23. lr, fram 2,,c;ocit a. m. tu o clock p. m. 2 . f'.!!n:sii:ng meals ta the election Boards at tat n.jcct hour will be receive,! 5i his office until 3 o'clock p. m.. Satur day, May lath, laot. r. . - C. H. T. I" US. 1-Seau.J Commissioner of Elections. First published In The T-jpeka. Stats Journal May 2. 13H7.J NOTICE OF' STOCKHOLDERS MEET IJili. Notice is hereby jsivgn. that the aanuai meeting of the sto.-kholders of The To fH. , ''''"'-i', "3.- iiroail company wul be held at tae office of tiie company tn the Office blek ist the city of Tooeita. Shawnee count Kansas, on Tuni the 11th day-of Jons., lau? hnHnm.. M o'ciock a. m.. . ' -,- H. A. SC AND RETT. Secretary" JEWELERS. I A .f z u u vt . rr. r r . . cultl, Ccrnoiete stock of wa.tr toottds, silverware,- etc Eyes - examined and spectacle prooerlv fitted. - RESTA ER. WTS. urvrjT , r - r- t , , . , i 1 ,1 1 x.-.-io-sl-- -uu removed aa a3 Kansas ave." All weicom irtr...,a Msals. or -siaort orders. FOUND FRS ASB JIACTIXNE SHOPS. FOUNDERS machinists and (Ultra - makers. Twii..- t-t ' i . a 322 Jackson t. Both phones 499. W II Cd VI JFTtS. j-rta; - tuiuHtCf - hardwar.'': en Hardware, stoves, fine tools- I'M Eaa. sas ave. Pbone CAPITAL CITT VITP-IFLED BPaCK building, paving and sidewalk fcru-S- PATE-VTS. jr. A. ROa-.N, pateac attoroay. avfe.. Tapeaa. 25 TEARS" experience. Advice free. m. A. wagener. solicitor or patents. S)9 K. a .- raTac-sArosrEo-s. O. EHUAljtA . 1. Piles Syecia-ist, Kansas avenue. Ind. chuna Hnu-r-m- li to 12; 2 to 5; 7.M ta A.Xi. IDA C BARNES. M. IX Office T2S Kansas ave. Residence Tl!i teenth and Clay. Office hours: S a. m. j 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Boti phones 18 residence and Ind. 1318 office. DR H. It, KEITH, surgeon and disease-i of women, with private hospital. Office 3.;i - Ivans as ave. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. DR. ACSLET, the Woman Doctor. Junction bldg.. Kaiisas City, Mo. 31S FREE DI PENS ART". MONKue"st' FREE "diSPENSAHtT 202 Monroe at. Conducted bv reriiiaf practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls) raswerad nl:rht or day. Ind. phone 31J SAlvTXARJOfS. FOR P.ENT 1321 Tytur St.. S room house. tost fronti wita stable-.- J.. Thomas, ; w. eth. st. -'- .-.-- FOR RENT 5 roem house 55 Locust St., - good basement and wU, J&. SGI . Sth. FOR RENT . phone 2fflf3. rooms & W. 6th st. Bell FOR RENT Jime'l, new modern 9 room house. Topeka ave. FOR RENT T room house 719 Quincy st. Call at Z23 Quincy st. for information. (.FOB RENT rooms. house good condition; hood, i'A. - 1333 Lane st. Miss Helen Sharitt will go to EtB- Wiliiam Taylor. 02113 City Wednesday to , see Maud FOR RENT Modern house of 7 rooms, best neighborhood. Intjuire 700 Lane st. partly modern; nice nelghboor- FOR REST-5 room house in rear of 3D) W. 6th, i!2 per month. Topeka Laun dry Co. FOR REST HOUSES. FOR RENT Large brtck house corner of th and Polk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 715 W. Gth at lor Mr. Charles Cushlng came down from St. Marys college, yesterday, to visit his parancs and attend the track meet. Miss Nadine Lytle is visiting Miss Hazel Higgins in Emporia.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kellogg spent Sunday in Emporia. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stewart of Council Grove are in Topeka. Mrs. Arthur Murphy and her daugh ter. Miriam, have returned to Kansas Ctty after a visit to Mrs. A. L. Red den and Mrs. Charles -Blood Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Pierce of Junc tion, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George fT?! r Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gleed will see Maud Adams in Peter Pan in Kansas City Wednesday. Mrs. Everett Akers and Miss Louise Wood will go to Kansas City Wednes day. Mr. Frank Hodges has returned to Raton, N. M-, after a few days' stay ta town. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Snow went to Kansas Ctty today to spend tae re mainder of the week. Miss Blanche Rotuer returned today to her home in Le Roy, Kan., after a vtsit to her brother. Mr. Ralph Rohrer, at Washburn college. Miss Maude Kelly. - of Manhattan, was ta town yesterday for the track meet and was the guest of Miss Mar garet Johnston. Mrs. Albert Parker. Jr.. of Kansas City, Is the guest of her mother. Mrs. Grant Howell. Mr-a. Marion Israewaod of Pittsburg. Pa.. arrived yesterday for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Eva De Obert.. Miss Ruth Welch will return the last of the week from Leon. Mexico, where she has been spending several months. Mr. George Torn son has returned to Cedar Rapids. Iowa, after a visit to. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Coburrt, Mrs. Tom son and the children will remain several weeks longer. ...... Mrs. X. F". Handy wiTl leave soon for Grand Rapids, Mich., for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Shelton,, and will Putnam has returned to her home in Rockford; III., after a visit, to her . niece. Mrs. ' Frank Crane. -"- Mr. Mark Rcbbins, ' who was the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. D. RBb bins. left Sunday. Mrs. Edwin Locke has returned from an extended vfeit in Grinnell, Iowa, and Kansas City. "Miss Rachel Locke, who accompanied her mother, will re turn today from Baldwin, where she has been spending a few- days. Miss Helen QuisfBr Miss Eugenia Quintcn and Miss Rieta UpdegraflT "wiU go to Kansas City Wednesday to see Maud Adams in Peter-Pan. Mr. George W. ilarafe-of Omaha, is visiting In town &sr a few days. The Home Missionary .society of the Methodist church will meet on Wednes dav afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs F. N. Lynch. MO- Topeka ave nue The theme for the meeting will be "The M'.te Box Opening." Mrs. E. E. Hortcn. SOT West Seventh street, will entertain Tdpeka. Hive No. 14 Lady ittaccaoees. lauxwiaj after noon from 2 to 5 o'clock. TWO WOMEN WHO TIRE. . FC" RENT OFFICE ROOMS. FOR RENT 2 choice front rooms, best location in city, over Hall Stationary Co.. room L, 623 Kansas ave. Ind. poena 14S9- FOR "RENT mSTFJJLAXEOr?. FOR RENT Small store room and dwell ing, good location, rents t!5. Gillett dfc Giilett. In W. 5th sr - FOR RENT A fine new hall 25 by 75 feet, well Lighted, modern. Price rea sonable. 2tr9 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Entire 2d floor S32 Kansas ave. Mrs. W. E. Sterne.. 1021 Harrison. FOR RENT Good room for retail store on Kansas ave. Imxuire 115 E. 3th sr A. B. Poole. LOST AND FOUND. Both Are Bertbas and EotB Have Had Enoozl of" Matrimony. The Berthas are having- their inn ing at the court house, two of them having filed suits for- divorces from their husbands since- noon. Bertha Coon who married P. Lee Coon on the 28th of April 1S95 and lived with him until March 19. 1905 claims that he then abandoned her. She claims that he has been on a prolonged drunk cov ering a period of six years and wants her old name of Bertha . Moser res tored. -. -.. - r The second unhapp? -Bady of the same name is Berth: Archer .and she claims that her husband George W. ia worthless and has failed to- support her and their child- They were married June 9, 1390 and with her decree of divorce, she wants the court to- allow her the custody of . their - daughter, Florence M. Archer. Everybody reads The Stats Journal. LOST Between 12th and Fillmore at. and - ave.. bundle containing skirt, thimble, scissors, needles. Return 12i Fillmore st. STBATED OP. STOtEX. STOLEN Light bay mare . 19 years old. wt. about bM and spring wagon. Louia Crabb. owner. 13-a Jefierson St. FOR SALE Best located be tn city. Mrs. Stewart. 733 arding house Kansas ave. FOR SALE Any one with J5.XV wishing to buy an established business paying a per - eent- aa. lrevestment. Owner has good reason for selling. Address Snap, care Journal, ,. FOR SALE Cook stove, with or without gas fixtures: pair of oars. 211 Fairchild sc. North Topeka. FOR SALE Good, gentle driving horse 7 years old, wt. 1100. sound, good road ster.. 1J01 Quincy st Bell 2S25. FOR SALE Folding bed, sideboard, a - gmall refrigerator, all in good condition. Cail Ind." phone 3jH. CHPJ3TS HOSPITAL " COTTAGER fir the care -and trearmerrt of nervous in valids, alcohol aaidf' altug haoitues amx mild eases of mental derangement. VV. 4. Lindsay. M. t- . 29 K. A.. Too-ffa. K"art DETECTIVE AGENCY. T7fEITDPENlin Room'2. 521 Kan. ave. Ind. phone 21.). is open to all legitimate detective business FLORISTS. UOila, (jiUjy,(.LT FLOWERS, liurat design. Special attention given out-ul-town, orders. James faayes, iu7 VV. atn sC J C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut Sow-. ers. plants desians. decora:ions. luo W Eighth. Tei- 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon, pin? 9T,R Sit hiind bicycles, best bar- rains, in the city. Tires, sundries and repairing. Cross. 123 W. 7th sr F-OR SALE Small tee chest, nearly new, some other household goods, 715 Tyler sr FOR SALE China closet, davenport, gas range, parlor cabinet. Morris cnair, etc 1413 W. 6th. Ind. phone 2771. FOR SALE 3 13-in. electric fans, used 2 - months. Bargain. Call before Ham. B. G. Warner. 320 Quincy sr FOR SALE Globe-Wernicke bookcase, almost new. room 3S Columbian bldg. FTVR SALE I Hobrtein cows, a to S gals. daily; 4 Shorthorns 4 to 5 gass. daily. 612 Quincy st. - FOR SALE 2 good driving horses. 4 and 3 years of age. J. - Thomas, 213 W. 8th, FOR SALE New oak flat top desk, sine 4 foot, cost $26. Ind. phone liiiS. all Lincoln. st FOR SALE Gas range, gaod condition. Price 312 Lincoln sr lad. tel. IMS. FOR SALE Bacycie bicycle, clincher tires. Coaster brake, nearly new. H M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st HUB BARDS Cut - plants. Ind. phone flowers; bloomin 42. 5j0 Kansas av. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MiiKCAVI' IBiAAa H eioRAlid Co., pacajt ah-pa and stores household, goods. Tel. am. Cliurencs aa-naer. Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office 2I East th. Both phones 99. Moving and storaga. All kinds goods packed, stored and for-wsj-dd to any ooint in United Stares. VETERXXARx" SURGEON3. um, -lutJ'j ii,irtLJi,Y. veterinary surgeons. 4?i Quincy st. Botb paonea. JOWHOMrTMATCOT. TO WHOM II MAT CONCERN My ap plication for a permit to seii intoxicat ing iiauors. according to law, at 702 Kan sas ave.. in tae 2d ward of ta city of Topeka, j now on tile in the off.ee ef tb prooaie judse of Siu.wnee county, Kan sas. The maring of tiie same is set fur Tuesday at a o'ciock a. m., June 4, J7 B. F. sUM. FOR SALE Parkhurst-Davls wagrtn and team, or wagon separate, uux m saorty. FOR SALE Fine driving norse yea- old, sounn. city oroite, wt. iiiw 10s. J. bargain II-JO. In, phone 4i-a. 32a Clay. FOR SALE Good organ, HQ.de. 1307. Fill more st. FOR SALE Pure blooded Plymouth Rock eggs. E.t per setting. r. JzL Wotff. 429 K""' ave. FOR SALE 500 business cards for J1.25: aM envelopes, SLiS;. SM letter heads Sl.jS. See them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TK A PP. 714 Kansas ava. CO TR CTO P-S. STRAYED From EMS Bolles . mare, blind of one eye. ave, a bay MACHINE SHOPS. MOWERS ground, . factory process. 75c Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard, 710 Kan. ave. BUSINESS CHAJTCES. FOR SALE Any one with J5.-M wishing to buy an established business paying 5t per cent on investment. -Owner has g'xwi reason -for seiling. Address. Snap, care JoumaL - - " ..... .t . CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWERS ei'KEARNS. contractors and builders. Job work carefully dons. La W. Tthv Phone 3553. J. c. WILSON, contractor and builder Jab work promptly done. Ui E. Eighth 1st. Ind. phone 1244. WESSEN & ERICKSON. CEMENT CON TRACTORS. See them for your sidewalks, cement steps, wells and cistern covers, block walls, fancy and ornamental work, etc CEMENT SIDEWALKS AND FLOORS a specialty. Mr. Erickaon is an experienced cement worker. All work guaranteed to be first class. OFFICE 5TT E. FOURTH ST. . Phones: Ind, Bell 2111, TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN My ? plication for a oermit to seii intoxicat ing Honors, according tolaw, at 414 E. 4ta street, in the Second ward of the city of Tapeka. Is now on file in the office of the probate judge, Shawnee county. Kansas. The hearing of tne same ia set for Friday at 10 o clock a. m.. June 14. I7. W. H. WILSON. MONET. iiuNEf to loan on live stoca. Dianos. ne-- sunal security, household goods, typewrit ers. W. E. SegUine, 413 K. A. Both pacata. MONET TO LOAN OR city property, also personal property. You can pay buck by the week or month. Topeka Inve.tr ment fc Loan Co. Rooms lek 2. V eaie "sioek. MONET to loarr oa Bersonal property, payment C25 week wll pay off loan (2S In 25 weeks. G- ti Flimhain, notary pui lic. am E. 4th St. Eltner chone J?f. MONET to lean on Iivs stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. BSscoe. 523 Karr. av. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PENWELLr funeral director aad cmbalmer. First elas. service, rtaausr able prices. 511 Quincy at- Both phones ijl. MIST-TLLAN E'OUS. FOR CEMENT and brick walks, base ment floors-, porch piers, stepsi Call Call John Doubek. Tel. 3742. STALLIONS. ARENA 2tU, champion Kansas trocter. at Exhibition hail; fair grounds. Bell phone 762. R I Lee. BICTCI.ES AND REPAIRING. tT. S. CYCLE CO... 118 S. Eighth. National &. I-wST-Jshnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. G. B. PALMER, funeral d rector. Mason's temnle. 921 Jiksim sr. Phnnnr ! ABSTRACTS. . WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Spec al loaa of J2.500. Mast be city property. 422 Kan sas ave. Fbone 1577. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHT, Plumbfn?-. Heatln - Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth Sc. and LOUTS LOCKOWTTZ-PTmnbtng, H-atTr and Gas Fitting. 219 W. Sixth, sr. Ind. isi'.X